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  1. Why does nobody bother to read before posting???
  2. So, I'm guessing a new kernel fixes this problem? I see similar speeds on 6.6.x, but not on any version of 6.7.x.
  3. But the only change from rc1 to rc2 was a docker version. It was specifically targeted at users with SQLite corruption.
  4. There’s already an open bug report. Revert to v6.6.7. https://forums.unraid.net/bug-reports/stable-releases/67x-very-slow-array-concurrent-performance-r605/
  5. I like PhotoSync. It works on Android and iOS. It has a setting that as soon as it connects to your home wifi, it will start uploading. I think its $3 or $5 for the app on each device.
  6. You should be able to download it: https://packages.slackware.com/?r=slackware-current&p=screen-4.6.2-i586-2.txz And then run installpkg
  7. I believe the only people who have experienced corruption have appdata on their array. Mine has always been on cache.
  8. Tons of SMB issues. On 6.6.7, I can write to my cache at a steady 1GB/s. On 6.7.x, it fluctuates between 1GB/s and ZERO. It literally pauses during transfers.
  9. Nevermind, I see what it did. The results arent accurate anyway as I have several things using the array at the moment. Unraid 6.x Tunables Tester v4.1 BETA 3 by Pauven --- INITIAL BASELINE TEST OF CURRENT VALUES (1 Sample Point @ 10sec Duration)--- Test 1 - window=3072, thresh=3064: 1.689 GB in 10.039 sec = 172.3 MB/s --- BASELINE TEST OF UNRAID DEFAULT VALUES (1 Sample Point @ 10sec Duration)--- Setting all drives to nr_requests=128 for the following tests Test 1 - window= 384, thresh= 192: 1.359 GB in 10.041 sec = 138.6 MB/s --- TEST PASS 1 (2 Min - 12 Sample Points @ 10sec Duration) --- Setting all drives to nr_requests=128 for the following tests Test 1a - window= 384, thresh= 376: 1.071 GB in 10.042 sec = 109.2 MB/s Test 1b - window= 384, thresh= 320: 1.474 GB in 10.038 sec = 150.4 MB/s Test 1c - window= 384, thresh= 192: 0.977 GB in 10.038 sec = 99.7 MB/s Test 2a - window= 768, thresh= 760: 1.685 GB in 10.039 sec = 171.9 MB/s Test 2b - window= 768, thresh= 704: 1.668 GB in 10.041 sec = 170.1 MB/s Test 2c - window= 768, thresh= 384: 1.638 GB in 10.041 sec = 167.1 MB/s Test 3a - window=1536, thresh=1528: 1.693 GB in 10.043 sec = 172.6 MB/s Test 3b - window=1536, thresh=1472: 1.527 GB in 10.043 sec = 155.7 MB/s Test 3c - window=1536, thresh= 768: 1.342 GB in 10.042 sec = 136.9 MB/s Test 4a - window=3072, thresh=3064: 1.476 GB in 10.043 sec = 150.5 MB/s Test 4b - window=3072, thresh=3008: 1.365 GB in 10.042 sec = 139.2 MB/s Test 4c - window=3072, thresh=1536: 1.415 GB in 10.038 sec = 144.3 MB/s --- END OF SHORT AUTO TEST FOR DETERMINING IF YOU SHOULD RUN THE REAL TEST --- If the speeds changed with different values you should run a NORMAL/LONG test. If speeds didn't change then adjusting Tunables likely won't help your system. Completed: 0 Hrs 2 Min 34 Sec. Results have been written to ShortSyncTestReport_2019_08_13_1604.txt Show ShortSyncTestReport_2019_08_13_1604.txt now? (Y to show):
  10. That seems to have left off some tests. I course, I already closed the window. I will go run it again
  11. Just FYI... I reverted to 6.6.7 last night. Results of short test: Unraid 6.x Tunables Tester v4.1 BETA 3 by Pauven Tunables Report produced Tue Aug 13 15:59:37 CDT 2019 Run on server: nas Short Parity Sync Test Current Values: md_num_stripes=6144, md_sync_window=3072, md_sync_thresh=3064 Global nr_requests=128 Disk Specific nr_requests Values: sdl=128, sdj=128, sdg=128, sde=128, sdn=128, sdm=128, sdp=128, sdr=128, sdk=128, sdf=128, sdi=128, sdh=128, sdq=128, sdo=128, --- INITIAL BASELINE TEST OF CURRENT VALUES (1 Sample Point @ 10sec Duration)--- Tst | RAM | stri | win | req | thresh | MB/s ---------------------------------------------- 1 | 351 | 6144 | 3072 | 128 | 3064 | 171.2 --- BASELINE TEST OF UNRAID DEFAULT VALUES (1 Sample Point @ 10sec Duration)--- Tst | RAM | stri | win | req | thresh | MB/s ---------------------------------------------- 1 | 73 | 1280 | 384 | 128 | 192 | 62.5 --- TEST PASS 1 (2 Min - 12 Sample Points @ 10sec Duration) --- Tst | RAM | stri | win | req | thresh | MB/s | thresh | MB/s | thresh | MB/s -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 | 43 | 768 | 384 | 128 | 376 | 74.1 | 320 | 62.1 | 192 | 59.9 2 | 87 | 1536 | 768 | 128 | 760 | 117.4 | 704 | 127.2 | 384 | 111.0 3 | 175 | 3072 | 1536 | 128 | 1528 | 133.7 | 1472 | 149.9 | 768 | 118.0 4 | 351 | 6144 | 3072 | 128 | 3064 | 145.7 | 3008 | 145.7 | 1536 | 145.8 --- END OF SHORT AUTO TEST FOR DETERMINING IF YOU SHOULD RUN THE REAL TEST --- If the speeds changed with different values you should run a NORMAL/LONG test. If speeds didn't change then adjusting Tunables likely won't help your system. Completed: 0 Hrs 3 Min 15 Sec. NOTE: Use the smallest set of values that produce good results. Larger values increase server memory use, and may cause stability issues with Unraid, especially if you have any add-ons or plug-ins installed. System Info: nas Unraid version 6.6.7 md_num_stripes=6144 md_sync_window=3072 md_sync_thresh=3064 nr_requests=128 (Global Setting) sbNumDisks=14 CPU: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2680 v2 @ 2.80GHz RAM: 32GiB System Memory Outputting free low memory information... total used free shared buff/cache available Mem: 32942816 4570920 27368236 674948 1003660 27190564 Low: 32942816 5574580 27368236 High: 0 0 0 Swap: 0 0 0 SCSI Host Controllers and Connected Drives -------------------------------------------------- [0] scsi0 usb-storage [0:0:0:0] flash sda 31.9GB Reader SD MS [1] scsi1 ata_piix [2] scsi2 ata_piix [3] scsi3 vmw_pvscsi PVSCSI SCSI Controller [4] scsi4 vmw_pvscsi PVSCSI SCSI Controller [5] scsi5 mpt3sas SAS3416 Fusion-MPT Tri-Mode I/O Controller Chip (IOC) [5:0:0:0] disk3 sde 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:2:0] disk9 sdf 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:3:0] disk2 sdg 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:4:0] disk11 sdh 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:5:0] disk10 sdi 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:6:0] disk1 sdj 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:7:0] disk8 sdk 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:8:0] parity sdl 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:9:0] disk5 sdm 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:10:0] disk4 sdn 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:11:0] parity2 sdo 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:12:0] disk6 sdp 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:13:0] disk12 sdq 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [5:0:14:0] disk7 sdr 8.00TB HGST HDN728080AL [N0] scsiN0 nvme0 NVMe [N:0:4:1] cache nvme0n1 512GB Samsung SSD 970 *** END OF REPORT ***